National Beer News

Stillwater, a nomadic brewery, settles down in Western Washington

Perhaps the most revered name in the nomadic brewing movement, Stillwater decided to settle into one location: Grand Mount, Washington.

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Watch this space: The USPS Shipping Equity Act

The USPS Shipping Equity Act would help both the breweries we love and the post office we need. Here’s what you need to know about it.

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Fresh Hops Fly, taking fresh hops to places they’ve never been before

Bale Breaker, YCH Hops, and Alaska Airlines are getting fresh hops to breweries in Hawaii and Alaska for the first time.

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Maui Brewing, Modern Times emerge beneath a new parent company

Maui Brewing Company recently acquired Modern Time Beer. We now know more about how the resulting entity will be structured.

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Reuben’s Brews earns top honors in the Hazy IPA category

Among the Washington breweries that earned recognition at the USBTC this summer, Reuben’s Brews was named National Grand Champion Hazy IPA.

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Hopsteiner announces a new agreement with CLS Farms

A new agreement with CLS Farms creates a new opportunity for brewers to source four Hopsteiner varieties: Sultana, Lotus, Calypso, and Altus.

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What you really need to know about the CO2 shortages

Maybe you’ve hear about this somewhere else. The CO2 shortage is real. I want to give you a better understanding of the factors behind the crisis. It’s complicated, but I break it down…

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Yes, in fact, Oregon and Washington hops are different

A recently released report confirms what brewers have always known. Hops are impacted by terroir. How might this impact consumers?

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